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Board & Brush Rockwall hosts DIY Candles & Minis Workshop in partnership with Fate Based Home & Body

Rockwall, Texas – The Rockwall arts and crafts scene is about to get really creative, thanks to a workshop being put on by Board & Brush Rockwall and Fate Based Home & Body in the evening of November 9. Board & Brush Rockwall and Fate Based Home & Body called this event DIY Candles & Minis Workshop. It is set to last 3 hours from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

DIY Candles & Minis Workshop has limited spots available

Because of the nature of the workshop, seats are limited and those interested are required to pre-register to secure their spot. DIY Candles & Minis Workshop is not only about making a personalized wood sign from a variety of designs. Attendees will also have the chance to learn how to make candles. This step-by-step process from start to finish promises a lot of fun for the attendees.

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At a time when do-it-yourself projects are very popular, this group project is a welcome addition to the community’s schedule. The event promises two crafting experiences: making a hand-carved dough bowl candle that is about 10″x6″ and can hold about 12oz of wax, and making a custom sign that people can be happy to show off at home. Not only are these crafts fun to make, but they’re also great for holiday decorations or thoughtful gifts.

Board & Brush Rockwall partners with Fate Based Home & Body to host DIY Candles & Minis Workshop on November 9 from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

DIY enthusiasts in Rockwall are already very excited about the news. Organizers of the DIY Candles & Minis Workshop are thrilled to offer a space where friends can get together, make things, and take home more than just memories. The partnership between Board & Brush Rockwall and Fate Based Home & Body is a testament to their commitment to providing diverse and enriching experiences to the community.

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People are welcome to bring their own drinks to the BYOB establishment, which promises an evening of relaxation, laughing, and creativity.

DIY Candles & Minis Workshop sells at $90 with everything covered

Board & Brush makes says that coupon codes can’t be used for this class, which is another proof that this event is very limited. There is a $90 fee for the DIY Candles & Minis Workshop with Fate Based Home & Body. This fee covers all the materials, professional training, and a guaranteed spot in what is guaranteed to be a popular event.

Board & Brush Rockwall encourages those interested to read the company’s policy here.

A lot of people see the DIY Candles & Minis Workshop as more than just an evening of making. DIY projects have become extremely popular in Rockwall in recent years.

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Since the pandemic began and people spent most of their time at home, DIY trends have really taken off. Many people who like to do things on their own can learn new skills and share their interests and experience at the DIY Candles & Minis Workshop.

Act quickly to secure your spot for the DIY Candles & Minis Workshop on November 9

Many people who like to do things on their own can learn new skills and share their interests and experience at the DIY Candles & Minis Workshop. Currently only 15 seats are available for the workshop. Those interested to attend the workshop are advised to act quickly and secure their spot. You can find out more about the event on the organizer’s website here.

  • Event name: DIY Candles & Minis Workshop
  • Event date: November 9, Thursday, from 6 PM to 9 PM
  • Event address: 555 E Interstate 30, Rockwall, TX 75087, United States (Located in: Plaza Rockwall)
James Brown

James, a Rockwall native, writes for Rockwall News, offering insightful journalism on local and Texas politics, government, and community matters.

James Brownhttps://rockwall.news
James, a Rockwall native, writes for Rockwall News, offering insightful journalism on local and Texas politics, government, and community matters.
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